This introductory biology laboratory manual is inquiry-based – instructing in the process of science by allowing students to ask their own questions, gather background information, formulate hypotheses, design and carry out experiments, collect and analyze data, and formulate conclusions. It is designed for any sized introductory biology course, large or small.
The Biology of Organisms: Functions of Life The Diversity of Life: Observing How Organisms Function Experimenting with Fungi: Exploring Questions About the Fungi Kingdom Analyzing Data: Interpreting Your Experimental Results Transpiration: Plants Cooling the Planet Cardiopulmonary System I: Getting Blood to Where it is Needed Cardiopulmonary System II: Breathing for Gas Exchange Osmoregulation and Excretion: What Urine Can Tell You about Health Animal Development: Exploring Reproduction Using Chick Embryos The Symposium: Presenting Research Through a Talk
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MARY TYLER is from the University of Maine, USA. RYAN W. COWAN is from the University of Maine, USA. JENNIFER L. LOCKHART is from the University of Maine, USA.
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